I have about 10 windows of Chrome open with a total of about 80 tabs. I'm going to buy a new computer, and I want to open all the windows with the same tabs on the new computer. Is it possible to do it and how? I can sync Chrome to my Google account and then sync it again from the new computer, but how do I open again all windows and tabs?


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Make sure sync is enabled on both devices.

On your new device, open chrome and open the history (CTRL+H on windows). On the left-side there is an option for Tabs from other devices and clicking on it should shows your old device and a list of all the tabs open on it.

In the history view find your old device and click the three-dots button that is on the right-side of the header bar. There will be an option there to Open all.

  • Thank you, I'll try it.
    – Uri
    Oct 22, 2020 at 2:01
  • It worked, but it logged me out from all websites except Google. Isn't it possible to sync also cookies?
    – Uri
    Oct 29, 2020 at 16:06
  • Hi. Actually I had to use it again - I wanted to delete a profile and accidentally I deleted the wrong profile, but it was synced. I created it again, logged in and then I opened "all tabs from other device" (which is the same device) and I restored all of them with one click.
    – Uri
    Sep 28, 2021 at 13:13
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    Seems broken on current 112.0.5615.49 (Official Build) (arm64) The first window and its tabs will open, but all other windows remain unopened. sad face.
    – Tim Kane
    Apr 13 at 1:23

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